Unpacking the news

Heritage Front moments: Police, spies and white supremacy

The links between law enforcement and the white supremacist movement in Quebec
Photo: Robert Thivierge

Montreal-based journalist Jon Milton’s work focuses on grassroots social movements and the mechanics of institutional power. In this conversation, he joins host Andre Goulet to explore the links between law enforcement and the white supremacist movement in Quebec.

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Plus, a look back at a history of collusion between the Canadian Security Intelligence Service and the violent National Front white power organization in the 1990s.

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Music on this episode, the traditional french-Canadian ‘À la Claire Fontaine’ is sung and performed by Luc & Manuel Dauvin (Vocals, Fiddles) and Jim Anderson (Vocals, Guitar). Look for ‘A la Claire Fontaine’ Metis-Michif’ on Youtube.

‘Canada the Unknown’ was written by Bruce Hutchinson and published in A Pocketful of Canada, edited by John D. Robins for the Canadian Council of Education for Citizenship, in 1948.

This conversation was recorded on July 30th, 2018.

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